Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 26, 1974, Page 3

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette October 26, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa pnr~r»*~f r /*£*<’-IJ ..ft-,' HW* Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Oct. 26, 1974 ................. .v.-.vx..... :•......... .......v.. .-.-: ,.*:  v.v.v.v.,v*m.    a*:*.    ,-.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.-.v.    ........       *A    :..The O.N.E. Store’s Goal —Inexpensive Food, Clothes By Pat Peterson Sounds impossible, but ifs true Clothes for ten cents Food for two or three cents over costs Household items for a few cents over costs, It will be a reality after mid December when the Oak Hill Neighborhood experiment (UN K.) store will open at HHH Ninth street SF, I lie O N I ; store is not a new venture For the last live years Churches I ailed, the organization which evolved front the Cedar Rapids-Marien Affa Council id Churches, has sponsored such a store at ’Seventh street and Twelfth 'me SF. New Building This year, the building Churches I lilted was renting was sold and the organization, if it wished to continue the program, had to find another building. The delegates of Churches Cnited passed a resolution Sept 5 approving the purchase of the building al the Ninth street address and the building s renovation Ray Vaughn, president id Churches I lilted. said the purchase price of the building was $8,00(1 The deal on the building was closed Oft la The funds to buy the building came from Churches Coiled member churches, nonmember churches and the Campaign for Human Development of the Archdiocese of Dubuque Vaughn said Churches Coifed estimated the renovation of the building at $4.2411 Renovation is needed to bring the building up to the city code standards Approved He said the delegates approved $2.IMM) as its share id the renovation project, with the stipulation that it costs are more Vaughn eau come hack and ask for more funds Vaughn said the remaining $2.2441 would hopefully he donated either iii ( ash or materials and labor So far. he said. Iowa Pump aud Supply Co has offered heating and plumbing materials; Ogden and Adams Lumber Co. has offered building materials and Van Meter Co has offered electrical materials Vaughn said the Hawkeye Area Labor Council has of. lercd workers for the project Zobac Construction Co. has agreed to loan Dean Vogt to the project to coordinate the volunteer construction workers V aughn said he hopes most of the work can he done by volunteers, hut if a volunteer iii a certain area is not available, he said the work will he hired, ll anyone is interested iii donating time or materials. he should contact the churches Cnited office. HI2H Third avenue SE. or call the office. 388-7183 V aughn said clean up crews are needed to get ready for the actual renovation work He said organized labor has offered its time and money to Hic project, but so far the business community has offered little to get the building ready for business Target Date Once the store is open. which Vaughn hopes will be Dec la. items such as clothing. biod. household hems and tools will be on salt* or available for rent or loan Vaughn said there will be no restrictions on who can use the store Vaughn said the goal of the store is to help till who not the gaj> for I hose people have some money hut enough Ile said the goods for the store would either he donated or bought by Churches I lilted Vaughn said some wholesale food companies have given the previous O N F store cases of food Vaughn said individuals can donate items for sale in the store He said usually Churches Cnited IS able to buy food at a discount for sale in the store Donations Clothing items, tools and other household goods and equipment can he donated by anyone in the community Those with donations should call Churches Cnited Vaughn said the estimated cost of running Ila* store for a year is $720 Ile said Churches I ii it eel has donated thai amount, with hopes that ii the estimation is low the money needed can he picked up through sail s or contributions Ile said the items on sale iii the store will tie free of sale-lax because the store is ehureh affiliated However the projierty will no! he exempt from property taxes because no worship services will be held iii the building Gmrlfr Photo bv Tom Merry mon .w. rn M •x;x v.-X The Future O N E. Store M •Ay Xvi v*v y*y MM The Message Center Dedication Planned •x-x-x-x-x-x-x-: A dedication service will he held Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for Word of (iud Lutheran Church for the Deaf The church, located at 1515 Twenty-ninth street NE, was the former Oakland Church of the \a-zarene. Word of God church is the first and only church of its kind in Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois The church was organized in 1%0. by the Rev Quintin Quarte In July 1073. the Rev Allan C. Page was installed as pastor. The church building was remodeled by the deal and the work was paid for by outside gifts The building will he the center of church work among tin1 deaf for fellowship and meetings. Christian Science Jules Cern will give a jubile lecture on Christian Science Tuesday at the First Church Word of God Church a I Np -j*r: The Rev Walter Chlig from Sioux Falls. S D.. will he the guest speaker for the dedication service. A service of thanksgiving will lie held at 3 pin with the Rev John Lowden Lutherans Note Anniversary LOWDEN — Trinity Lutheran church celebrated Us 15th anniversary of the dedication of the present church building and educational facilities Sunday . Oct. 24» (illest preacher for the serv-ice was the Rev Theodore J Fickclbcrg of St. Paul Lutheran church. Vlden. who was the immediate jiast minister of the Trinilv congregation and served during Hie construction of the present building Trinity dedicated the jire-sent facility Nov I. 1959 In 1971. the Trinity congregation held a year-long centennial celebration Looking lor a good buy or want to scil a stereo’’ I’se the classified ads for quick results! I.VIIItl HVrilSTIHI KI K 1947 Washington Avo. S.K. 9 30 AM Sunday School IO 40 AM Morning Service 7 OO Evening Service Wed Service 7 OO PM There are two thing* that every in dividual may believe, Satan * lie*, or God * truth (the Bible) Every in dividual ha* the liberty to cho©**, but every per*on mu*t then live with hi* deacon Satan ofter* inner turmoil and eternal mi*ery Chn** otter* inner peace ond eternal |oy BIBLES CHRISTIAN BOOKS MUSIC A RSCORDS SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPPLIES of Hie New CEDAR BOOK STORE 3*19 Ut Av*. SE Cedar Rapid* 366-7189 GOOD NEWS BAPTIST CHURCH PASTO* TERRY CRAGUE SUNRAY SCHOOL......... trio*.*. SERVICES MORNING SERVICES IM5r.pi. C I 7:00 P.M. FREE TRANSPORTATION 365-3334 ] MEETING IN THE YWCA 311 Atli Str**t S.E. IN CONCERT THE DOWNINGS an evening of Gospel Music SAT. OCT. 26, 8:00 PM KENNEDY HI6H SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Free Admlnion sponsored by Jerry Montgomery, Station Manager KT0F-FM 104 5 Zimmerman, president of the Iowa District East. Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, s (leaking A buffet supiter will follow the afternoon service Leadership Seminar WEST I MON - The De-corah Conference Fall leader--•hip seminar of the American Lutheran Church Women will Ire held at Zion Lutheran church here on Monday Registration begins at 9 15 ani with the Bible study beginning at IO a m. Workshops are scheduled until noon Mrs Russell Wenger. Elgin, secretary of education of the conference, will lead the afternoon Bible study dll Jules Cern HOLY SPIRIT SEMINAR with Missionary evangelist G. I). (OBI RN FOR PEOPLE OF ALL FAITHS SI NDAY-MOXDAY TUESDAY october r-a-a MI.HTM . rd# P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD 3331 l-’nd St. VK. PHOM-: 3*3 *353 “COME TO THE PARTY” DR. CARLSON PREACHING FESTIVE REFORMATION SUNDAY SERVICES 8:1 5 and I 1:00 A M. lf you re looking for a church home, come and worship with us. RADIO BROADCAST SUNDAYS 9.30 a m. KIWW 1450 tpleave not** Daylight Saving* Tim* »nd* Saturday S*t your dock* bock on* hour ) FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 10OO THIRD AVENUE SE CEDAR RAPIDS Charismatic Renewal Sigourney Lutherans Weekend Renewal Persons from more than ten states and jiarts of Canada will gather for the second Cpper Midwest Regional Conference on the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Annual conference will be held Nov I to 3 at the St Paul Civic center, St Paul. Minn Boh Munford. Fort lauderdale. Fla. and Kevin Ran-aghan. South Bend. Ind., will give the keynote addresses of ( brist. Scientist, auditorium at 8 p iii His topic will Im* •Christian Science Its Revelation and Its Relevance " He will describe how individuals have overcome poverty, harmonized human relationships and healer! disease through spiritual means alone Valley View Baptist The Rev Warren Magnu-sori, executive secretary of the Baptist General Conference, will speak at the Valley View Baptist church Sunday at in 3(1 a iii. He will s|M*ak on the hook of Ecclesiastes Hillside Wesleyan SH iOC RN EY — Four collides vuTo ajipointed as a fact finding team at a meeting (let 14 concerning the formation of a Lutheran congregation in Sigourney Mr and Mrs Stanlev Rasmussen, Mr and Mrs. Darrell Heaford, Mr and Mrs Marvin Hading and Mr. and Mrs John Kitzman were appointed to look into a possible location for services and securing a minister. \ second meeting will la-held Monday at 7 344 p rn in the Community room of the First Trust hank The Rev Gene Jakubek, S J . Milwaukee, will hold a weekend of Renewal at All Saints parish Thursday through Sunday Father Jakubek will speak Immanuel Baptist Church Roy Tindal of Youth for Christ will speak Sunday at 10:15 a m and 7.15 p.m. ut Immanuel Baptist church First Assembly Of God Church The Rev, Gerald Coborn, newly approved Assemblies of (Cont. P. 8 Cpl,6) Gene Jakubek Sam Blackford has been named as youth pastor of Hillside Wesleyan church Ile began his duties Oct I His responsibilities will he to coordinate all church youth activities anil ministries Iii addition to hi' work at Hillside Wesleyan, he has an assignment with the Cedar Rapids Youth for Christ working in the youth guidance division. Trinity Lutheran The Rev Waldo Werring, chairman of the Mission board of the Lutheran Church. Missouri Synod, will make a presentation on the Church’s mission activities and answer questions relative to the Synod’s Mission Outreach Sunday at the Trinity Lutheran school auditorium from 7 to 9 nm at all of the following Masses at All Saints church Thursday at 5 15 p m . Friday . All Saints day. at 8, 7, 9 and IO a in and at 5 15 and 7 .30 p iii , Saturday , All Souls day at H. 8 and IO a iii and 5 p rn and Sunday at (i. 7 30. 9 and IO 30 a.in and noon. Father Jakubek has a background in sociology and his television show, “The Answer Is Love,’* is shown on many midwestern television stations Some attend church for the *ame rector* that other* climb mountain* becoute it t there But shouldst we attend because He i* there9 Je»u* laid, Where two or three are gathered together in My nome, there am I in the mid»t of them Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Wisconsin Synod) 2m 42nd St. N E. 393-5736 ATTEND GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH THIS SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 A M. Morning Service 10:50 A M. Evening Service 6:30 P M Wed. Service 7.30 P M Independent 440 So. ISI* St. Home of Grace Christian School Groce Gospel Hour Sat 9 45 AM KT Of Free Bus Transportation Phone 377-5032 Fundamental Marion, Iowa KENWOOD PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH INVITES YOU TO JOIN US IN WORSHIP and STUDY WORSHIP SERV ll T S at S .ll and ll KH st MHY SCHOOL at I It aid II M Nurst-ry through Senior High YIH l l Lilt I VTIOX om RINGS 4 JI aid ll M I, V ( IIAMBKRLAIN—Minister MI KHY HABKR—Minciter of < hrisiian Kducation Kenwood Park Presbyterian Church lith and C Av*- \ K “THE MARK OF THE BEAST” YOU MUST NOT MISS THIS SUBJECT Presented By Arthur Swinson Noted Preacher of Bible Prophecy —— Topics for this week —— S»t, Od. 2*. 7:15 P.M. The Mark of the Beast Sun., Oct. 27,7:15 P.M. Hell, Will it ever Burn Out? Mon., Oct. 28, No Meeting Tues., Oct. 29. 7:15 P.M. Seven Women After One Mon Wed., 0cL30, No Meeting Thurt., Od. 31,7:15 P.M. The Devil s Wife Fri., Nov. 1,7:15 P.M. Modern Day Prophets Set.. Nov. 2, 7:15 P.M. What Church Would Peter Join if he Were Living Today Sun., Nov. 3,7:15 P.M. The One Sin God Cannot Forgive GOD S LAST MESSAGE CRUSADE CONTINUES AT THE: Woman’s Club Auditorium 2nd Ave. & 11th St. S.E. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 6 For Free Transportation Call 393*6766 or 366-3800 6 Nursery Provided for th* Toddlers ;

  • Cnited Vaughn
  • Darrell Heaford
  • Gene Jakubek
  • Gerald Coborn
  • Jerry Montgomery
  • John Kitzman
  • Mrs Marvin Hading
  • Mrs Russell Wenger
  • Mrs Stanlev Rasmussen
  • Pat Peterson
  • Paul Lutheran
  • Peter Join
  • Ray Vaughn
  • Rev Waldo Werring
  • Walter Chlig

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: October 26, 1974

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